Carbon dating diagram
Exactly how closely do we know the rate of soil evolution of CO2, for example?
Salby does not dispute that some of the rise in CO2 levels is due to man-made emissions, but found that temperature alone explains about 80% of the variation in CO2 levels.
Judging by the speech Murry Salby gave at the Sydney Institute, there’s a blockbuster paper coming soon.
Listen to the speech: “Global Emission of Carbon Dioxide: The Contribution from Natural Sources” Professor Murry Salby is Chair of Climate Science at Macquarie University.
A book will be released later this year: Physics of the Atmosphere and Climate. 5 we see that the yearly-average CO2 increase at Mauna Loa ends up being anywhere from 0% of the human source, to 130%.
“Could the Ocean, Rather Than Mankind, Be the Reason? It seems to me that this is proof that natural net flux imbalances are at least as big as the human source. the human source represents only 3% (or less) the size of the natural fluxes in and out of the surface.